Paul Newman stars in Robert Rossen’s 1961 classic film, The Hustler where the poolroom and the cruel physics of the green felt serves as metaphor for life itself.
Fast-talking, perspicacious, peripatetic Artie McGovern, personal “trainer of the stars,” remakes the “Sultan of Swat,” Babe Ruth.
Best friends in first grade trade Mantle for Mays baseball cards in a Berkeley schoolyard during a magic year of innocence before the storms of social revolution in America.
John Sayles’ classic film about the Black Sox gambling scandal, the 1919 World Series and Shoeless Joe Jackson captures an America caught between innocence and greed.
Jack London Adventure Night
Doc Stull regales with entertaining tales and back story of Jack’s writing the short story “The Mexican,” followed by a screening of “The Fighter,” the film the story inspired. Enjoy the stories as dusk falls and watch the film on our big outdoor screen. For more ticket information:
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The second in a series of 6 articles by Doc for El Sol Bilingue on Latino athletes and their significance in Latino-American history. See pages 10 – 11.